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Red Ants Allow<BR> Nanango Back In

Red Ants Allow
Nanango Back In

Nanango and Kingaroy ended up with a draw after a bizarre end to their A Grade game

Applications Open For<BR> Threatened Species Fund

Applications Open For
Threatened Species Fund

South Burnett organisations that work to protect native species can now apply to a new fund for financial help to carry out activities such as seed banking, flora and fauna surveying and community workshops.

Taylors Road Upgrade Starts Monday

Taylors Road Upgrade Starts Monday

The notorious intersection of Taylors and Meiers Roads with the Bunya Highway north of Kingaroy will be getting an upgrade from Monday (May 29).

New Staff Join<BR> Community Hospital

New Staff Join
Community Hospital

Three new staff have started work at the Lady Bjelke-Peterson Community Hospital

Another Horse Falls Victim To Hendra

Another Horse Falls Victim To Hendra

A horse euthanased on a Gold Coast Hinterland property has been confirmed to have been infected with Hendra virus.

Police Want Young Drivers To Stay Safe

Police Want Young Drivers To Stay Safe

When police are called out to a road crash, the last thing they want to see is a young person laying dying inside a wrecked car.

Councils Get Reconciliation Week Grants

Councils Get Reconciliation Week Grants

The South Burnett Regional Council and Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire Council have both received one-off $5000 grants to celebrate National Reconciliation Week, which runs from May 27 to June 3.

Lee Park Premiership Up For Grabs

Lee Park Premiership Up For Grabs

A highlight of Nanango Race Club’s sixth and final meeting for its 2016-17 season on Saturday will be the battle for the racing year’s riding honours.

Full Fields For Nanango Races

Full Fields For Nanango Races

The Nanango Race Club will be wrapping up its 2016-17 season this weekend with their Autumn Race Meeting.

Governor To Open Wondai Show

Governor To Open Wondai Show

This year’s 100th Wondai Show will be officially opened on Saturday, September 2, by His Excellency the Honourable Paul de Jersey AC, Governor of Queensland.

Open House Attracts Big Guns

Open House Attracts Big Guns

South Burnett residents wanting to discuss issues of concern had politicians from all three levels of government on hand at the BIEDO “Open House” held at Murgon Town Hall recently.

Applications Open For $20m Jobs Package

Applications Open For $20m Jobs Package

Applications for grants under the Wide Bay Burnett Regional Jobs and Investment Packages (RJIP) program will open on May 31.

Driver Fined $1137

Driver Fined $1137

A driver has been fined $1137 – and had his licence suspended for six months – after police clocked him doing 109km/h in Youngman Street, Kingaroy, about lunchtime on Wednesday.

Tougher WH&S Laws Coming

Tougher WH&S Laws Coming

The State Government will toughen up workplace health and safety laws to strip QBCC licenses off workers if they’re found to be acting in an unsafe manner.

Work Starts Soon On Mt Stanley Road

Work Starts Soon On Mt Stanley Road

The South Burnett Regional Council will begin reconstruction work on Mt Stanley Road, Nanango in the week beginning Monday, June 5.

Garden Project Helps Bind Community

Garden Project Helps Bind Community

A new garden and public art space at the Scott Haven Independent Living Complex in Hart Street, Blackbutt was officially opened on Wednesday morning … with a tile glueing ceremony.

Photo Shoot Captures Coal Mine Site

Photo Shoot Captures Coal Mine Site

An aerial photo shoot of Moreton Resources proposed Kingaroy coal mine site on Sunday has failed to find any evidence to support the company’s recent claims the land is home to pest animals, weeds and erosion.

WAgS To Gather At Kilkivan

WAgS To Gather At Kilkivan

The next South Burnett WAgS Day, for Women in Agriculture, will be held in Kilkivan on Saturday, June 10.

Students Depict Local Diversity

Students Depict Local Diversity

Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien has released the names of the winners of his “Wide Bay In Pictures” competition.

Mayors Take Stand Against DV

Mayors Take Stand Against DV

Cherbourg mayor Arnold Murray joined 14 other mayors from Indigenous communities in Cairns on Friday as part of a roundtable discussion about “Closing the Gap” on disadvantage.

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